Two roadblocks used in Scalloway during World War II have been recovered after being placed in the sea near to the East Voe junction over 70 years ago.
A regular offender who admitted running into the middle of a road in front of a vehicle and then violently struggling with police has been remanded in custody.
Vandals have trashed a collection of donations of clothes, toys and other items destined to help refugees in an "utterly sickening" spree in Shetland.
A joiner from Lerwick who threatened his neighbours after becoming annoyed by banging noises they made during renovation work has been fined £300.
A man from Lerwick who fraudulently obtained £1,700 from another man by pretending to sign him up to the masonic lodge has been placed under supervision for 18 months.
A pub-goer from Hull who assaulted another man in a Lerwick nightspot and kicked his head after thinking he spilled drink over him has been given 180 hours of unpaid work.
The mum of a family about to welcome its eighth member has launched a petition for her local council and housing association to build bigger homes on the islands.
Hundreds of people have signed a petition urging NHS Shetland to reconsider its decision to send patients to Aberdeen on an overnight ferry rather than by plane.
A man who entered his former partner's home in Shetland last year has been fined £200.
Police are looking for information following an alleged assault in Lerwick at the weekend which left a man with serious facial injuries.
A 60-year-old Shetland man who drove a motorbike while disqualified has avoided jail.
NHS Shetland is facing a patient backlash to its decision to send sick people to Aberdeen for medical treatment on an overnight ferry rather than a short plane journey.
Shetlanders hoping to use Loganair's new one-stop service to Faroe this summer have been left disappointed after the route was shelved less than three months before it was due to begin.
A century ago, 31 crew were lost when submarine HMS E49 was sunk off Shetland.
Health chiefs on Shetland were under fire last night over plans to start sending patients on a 12-hour overnight ferry for treatment in Aberdeen.
A north lifeboat has gone to the aid of a crab fishing boat which has lost power off the Shetland islands.
Politicians in the northern isles have been quick to renew their call for a fair deal on inter islands ferry funding after an additional £350million for Scotland was announced in Wednesday's budget.
A plane was forced to make an emergency landing in Shetland after its co-pilot fell ill.
Councillors gave their blessing yesterday for a new electricity substation in Caithness that is considered a key link in the chain transmitting power produced by renewable energy projects.
This is the incredible moment the crew of a stricken fishing vessel were rescued shortly before it sank.
Staff on the Northern Isles freight vessels are now being paid at least the UK minimum wage after a new agreement was signed off this week.
Thieves have raided a collection box at a Shetland garden dedicated to the memory of a young islander who died of cancer.
Five men were rescued from the fishing vessel Ocean Way around 20 miles east of Whalsay on this morning before it sank less than one minute later after taking on water.
Seven trustees of Shetland Charitable Trust have signed a strongly worded open letter condemning their own vice chairman for publicly attacking the chairman.
NHS Shetland is publicising a trio of GP vacancies in Yell and Unst as it seeks to attract doctors to fill roles that have been carried out by locums for months.
A second French fisherman working off Shetland has died suddenly in the space of a week.
A fisherman who drowned after falling overboard from a scallop dredger would "likely" have survived if he had been wearing a life jacket.
Here are four stories from Lerwick Sheriff Court you may have missed this week.
Marine accident investigators have concluded a man who died after falling overboard while working on a scallop dredger is likely to have survived if he had been wearing a life jacket.
A man who was found with cannabis potentially worth £2,700 in his Lerwick home has narrowly avoided a jail sentence.
A man who drove to petrol pumps in a Shetland village while more than five times the legal alcohol limit has been jailed for nine months and banned from driving for a decade.
Teaching staff from Robert Gordon University (RGU) spent three days in Shetland this month as part of a new distance learning model for child care workers.